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   Malvern Republic Leader (Newspaper) - September 6, 1883, Malvern, Iowa                                MALVERN VOLUME MILLS THURSDAY 3 OR NO PAY THE Attorneys cub courts ln stnto nntl lonn nntl oommelolal JAMES Attorney at Iowa JJ Attorney at Office over John Hansons Physician and 4STCalls promptly attended to day or east of Wilkinson HOMOBPATHIO physician and for the at Good wins drug fourth door south of west side of Third promptly attended to day or J HOMOS Physician and Attends promptly to calls In city or coun Office and consultation rooms over Paddock first door at head of Residence two blocks east of lu gothlc JJROTHERS Physicians and Calls promptly attended at all Office over Snydors Bear ings residence over Ulckabaugh Bontleys doors north Evans blocks north and throe Cast of National Bank Office to 0 J Physician and Henderson Surgeon WILL VISIT MALVERN regularly on the FIRST and THIBD THURSDAY and FRIDAY OF BACH Office with 40yl Thomas Are also prepared to build Orders Satisfaction QENTRAL HALVE If you want a square meal at any call at the Central J1 Opposite Paddocks A perfect fit Prlc6s Leave your 27 T THE ONEAKMKD AUCTIONEER will attend public sales in part of Mills county or Charges reasonable and tiatlsfaqtlon guaranteed on my Parties who cuijnot see mo per sonally please ad dross me at Parties intending to employ me as auction eer will please have my printed on their sale MONEY TO LOAN ON LONG 1 i t i Lands and Town Lots for Sale M Mi1 arid Lpaii Agent you waat borrow money on farm have that will mature and at and per cijnt No abstractor rQoordinc fee IE Europe and America Paper Calclmlnlne K Orders Ipftjxt Gep MoCiibq Gos wnro gtoi9 will receive 4ttJ lioya or Siloam Mineral The proprietor and manager of this no Spring guarantees the cure o tlic following named or no pay al Blood and Skin Catarrh Livet Kidney anil Bladder The leading qualities of the water are Highly Soothing and These waters and tho ad vantages afforded at the Springs are in valuable to the They are a specific for Ladies in Delicate ANALYSIS Bpoclflo 1 w23 Reaction NpTifrai Carbonic Acid Imlns Carbonate Carbonate Sulphate Sulphate Chloride Sodium Dlllca i 010 Organic A Volatile lotal solids per 174 WKIQHT Good Hotel accommodations tion picturesque and Correspondence Address Gentry NATIONAL BANK OF Capital and Otlm LIYERFEED AND SALE S OLD ilrst Class Prices Horses boarded and farmorB1 teams fed and BAIRD Sign 8 Carriage Paper Cal Done with neatness and Use nothing but tho best By so doing wo feel confident that wo ean please all vho may favor us with their Are thankful for the liberal patronage irlvon is dutlngpur short acquaintance In Malvern and trust by fair dealing and close attention to to merit a still larger share o public All orders In town or country left at Sny ders drug store will meet with prompt ALL WORK WARRANTED o give DEALER IN i t BOOTS AND BE8T GOODS LOWEST PRICES I Please Gin Me i HUNTERS REAL ESTATE Oflloe ut llopubllcanLoader Red Oak Iron REP 10 ordmv Store Fronts Bash Hpuse Crest iron Iron attdBruss OlWtJugs of airMaV SEPTEMBER PUBLISHED EVERY BY HUNTKIl Terms of Subscription Olio ono One six One three months 4 Pur suant to call the Republicans of Mills county met in delegate convention to nominate candidates for the vari ous offices to be filled at the October At 11 oclock tho delegates were called together by Ed chairman of tho county con tral for tho purpose of effecting a temporary Watldns was chosen temporary and secreta On the delegates of each precinct selected ono of their num ber as a committee on credentials and one on permanent with instructions to report upon the reassembling of the convention after Tho convention then adjourn ed till 1 20 oclock AFTERNOON Convention reassembled at The committee on perman ent organization reported Wat kins for chairman and Brown and Lufkiu as The re port was adopted and the committee Tho chairman now announced the convention ready to proceed with the work before Tubbs nominated French as a candidate for Represent Pritchard presented the name of No further nominations being the conven tion proceeded with an informal bal with the following result French Curtis Moved by Young that Frenchs nomination be made Osborn was nominated for Auditor by For Treasurer the names of Pierce of and James of were On the informal ballot the vote Greig Is Ifeltiftlitinier ATortliy To ihc Editor of The Leader When Heinsheimers name wag first spoken of as a probable can didate for our State you ask ed what kind of a man is he Is befit for the place and remark that you had not known I then gave you personally my impres sions of his fitness for the and now that he is tho nominee of NUMBER the will give the to the public Metz The result of the formal ballot was for Greig and 26J for Greigs was made Nominations for Sheriff were made as follows and The result of informal ballot Hurt Storer Sidener Sidenors name was and the formal bal ot resulted in Hurts nomination y a vote of 56 J to for domination made Moore and Frazee were placed in nomination for the office of Jounty On the in formal ballot Mooro received 63J and Frazeo Frazoes name was withdrawn and Moores nomination made For Setli Dean was cho sen by and Parsons was nominated for Coroner in tho same unanimous The sever al precincts then selected members of Central Committee as follows Hagood Miller Doer Shor win Glen Edwards Sidonor Lyons Ifubbard Brown Meadows Crewsdon Silver Fohn Johnson ritohard Si Salyers Summers Em Patrick The convention then adjourned amidst vociferous cheers for the tick tto the court house yard whore speeches woreriiade by OConnoll and Senator At the close of the the delegates Iroin the first supervisor district met and nominated John Dy for Member of the The centra committee also one of Methodist Three Chinamen appeared before demolished tho elevators and ware PhiladelnhiJ wllolly partially ji jrmiaaeipnia riungi aro plenululi intention j clothing and carpenters are need United expended in Republican I same in substauee through your I have known him from his first residence in His wife having been in our family led me to mark with more interest his course in successful as it has and I know him only as a man of clear good in judgment of men and a raan of honor and From the age of he has breathed tho air of our free institutions and has drank in the genuine spirit of American He is ever found abreast with the true progress of Mie Aa an officer in our little city he has always entered with a liberal spirit into all that be ongs to the welfare of tho urg ing forward its its its morals and good and that if it coat time and A radical temperance a city said to Hein sbeimer has always by vote and advo sustained the hishtest temper ance measures in our city His present positions are entirely con sistent with his past and what ever may have been his theories as to measures as wisest at any given ho stands now as his public acts and votes have When the plat form of Mills county Republican that really became the State was shown him be fore his he only it does not go far No wise man will press measures before the Even Lincoln did not press emancipation until ho saw the ime was ripe for Now with 000 majority in favor of prohibition a nonpartisan vote Heinshei mer could not look upon the Repub man party or himself with any re if they do not meet the call of ihe hour by sustaining the Amend From all my past knowl edge of the I do deem him very fit man for the office ot State If I did I would not for one moment sustain his nomina and the Republican voters in his I concur in this He may not waste much valuable time in buncombe speeches ut what is in and places of personal his powers will be felt for the good of ho district and the These are my honest Yours most A Statement to tho Aug 24 On the evening of August a terriffic cyclone struck our com pletely demolishinc 135 dwellings and totally destroying their A largo number of others wore un and otherwise In the 19 persons were is strictly accurate and about 100 several of them The ruined houses were nearly all ovvnoil and occupied by mechanics and who have lost everything they had in the world except the clothing upon their the naked In many the heads of families aro Tho cyclone entered the county at its western bor and in its course destroyed the crops and buildings on about forty Others lying contiguous wore and five persons were kill ed outside the The relief com mittee ha a detailed list of 124 fam in tlio city entirely dosti Wo nppoal to tho public tor The loading business men of the city are all heavy and can do as much for tho sufferers as they Avould They contributed None of the public buildings have escaped Our school building is tho court house is un and elected Brown of in citizens of Such instances are few and i k01 oto the penniless would far i scarcely put them on their feet j oiently to enable them to help them Congressnian All contributions nro placed Sitb died at his dhe organ omo ii on last may beTrwarded uSsS after a protracted j Creston has voted a five per cen lax in aid of the Diagonal Sioux City has voted tho purpose of building water works A man and wife were arrested a Red Oak last week for burglarizing a church in that The Shenandoah canning company began canning corn last A largo force of hands ia Boono expects water barb wire another railroad and other improvements and additions ot Red Oak Montgomery voted on a railroad tax last the vote standing 407 to 59 in favor of the The erection of a Catholic cathe dral is now in progress at Council The foundation is nearly in and the work is being pushed of Adams Jaid her babe upon a bed and was shortly afterward horrified to find it It had on its face and Tho Council Bluffs papers are ex cited over the exhibition in that city of a two headed It was cap ured in Crescent Potta wattamio Baling and shipping hoy is be soming quite a business in some of Lhe northwestern At Wes ley tons are now piled up awaiting The merchants of Ida Grove close lieir stores at eight oclock by This is a sensible idea and one that should prevail every Give the clerks a breathing An attempt was made by the in mates ot the Montgomery county ail to escape but their plot was discovered and There are twelve nine men and three It is said that friends of Hardy who was lynched for partioipating in the nurder of Postmaster are now in Harlan looking after the Fifteen persons are re jorted to A team attached to a wagon loaded with potatoes and driven by a young ran away the latter part of last week in the The lady was considerably bruised up and the street in the vicinity looked like a potato The fund for the benefit of Maddy has now reached After paying off a mortgage of a few mndred dollars on the drug stock of ho late the remainder of fund will be judiciously invested n land by a committee appointed for hat a real estate dealer in was at the Union depot last evening waiting for a He set his valiso down and walked for a few minutes and when 10 returned it was The depot police woro notified but failed to find Reynold Anderson was pretty badly injured by a mulo that he was lavigatmg falling upon The dislocation of an arm and the break lie of a collar bone in two places will prove sufficient to keep the young man disabled for quite a peri ton John proprietor of a lumbing establishment at Council skipped out Those laving claims against of whom hero were quite a found in ttemptmg to attach his goods that hoy wore all Ha also eft a wife behind in destitute cir Martin and his wife fforo arrested a short time ago for iruolty loan adopted and tho voman was fined Her present condition therefore does not elicit much A frightful accident occurred on ho North western road at Ores uent a small station six or seven miles from Council on last The was on the engine at the and the ingineer were instantly The fireman jumped from the engine and vas but slightly The ao lidont waa caused by a switch ng as the train throw ng the engine and several oars frojn iho truck and piling them in a miscuous mass of Hunger Goodwin WALL PAPER cts tlxo AS Silverware sold by us engraved MUNGER FARM MACHINERY SHELF FOULKS OLD NATIONAL BANK Among their Irnplements nre Schutller nnd OBrien McCormickg Harvest ng machine Weir Tongue antl and DEALER IN Shelf f Heavy Hardware Blosburg Blacksmith w 3 t 0 9 V H H ID A Full Line of the Best Cooking and Heating Stoves ever Oar Tin SHOD is Tinning done to Order 117 Firstclass Vntm Doors Mixed AT THK DKAUCKS JN POSTS FARM Cull ami examine our stock mul prices before It will coat you KAYTQN   

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